Showing posts from February, 2021


Hello readers. How are you? I hope you're doing well. Today just a quick post focusing on sustainable fashion. There are many ways you can be more sustainable in your fashion choices from shopping vintage or second hand to recycling your outfits and wearing your clothes as much as possible. Shopping your closet is perhaps the most economical way to be fashion sustainable as it doesn't cost you anything. Indeed, one of the ways you can reduce your carbon print is by avoiding fast fashion and excessive consumerism by wearing what is in your closet.  Today I'll show you plus thirty ways to wear a magenta coat. I'm sure I wore it even more than that, but these are the outfits I found browsing through my archives. I purchased this coat three years ago in a local store. It was made locally (I do try to support the local brands when I can). I already did a similar post devoted to this coat but then I was on less than 20 wears while now I'm on plus 30. One of the things I l

Book reviews: God Emperor of Dune, Heretics of Dune and Chapterhouse: Dune by Frank Herbert.

 Hello, readers! This February I reviewed the first three books in the Dune series: Dune , Dune Messiah and Children of Dune . Today I will review the three remaining novels in this series: God Emperor of Dune , Dune Heretics and Chapterhouse: Dune . Naturally, since I'm reviewing sequels and comparing them one to another, there are bound to be some spoilers. Do skip these reviews if you want to avoid spoilers completely. If you are a fan of Frank Herbert, I also reviewed  and recommended some other works of his such as novels  The White Plague and The Godmarkers , so feel free to read those reviews as well. Scroll down to read the fourth, fifth and sixth novel in Dune Chronicles.  GOD EMPEROR OF DUNE, BOOK #4 IN THE DUNE CHRONICLES I absolutely loved this book even if some see it as a weaker work. God Emperor of Dune is different from others novels in the series, and while I can understand why it might be off putting to some, for me this is the most beautiful and personal narrati